FLORIDA, N.Y. -- Big V Supermarkets here said the addition of five acquired stores resulted in record sales and operating cash flow for the year and fourth quarter ended Dec. 25. n, excluding an $8.5 million restructuring charge for store and corporate overhead and a $900,000 non-cash charge associated with a required accounting change. EBITDA after the charges fell 15.7% to $35.4 million. For the 12-week quarter sales increased 12% to $220 million and same-store sales were up 3.3%, while ...
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